Dance for Good | D4G

Out of all the performances, the most delightful one is dancing for a social cause.

As my parents and my schools have taught me that ‘Charity begins at home’, my dance teachers too follow the same principle.

We, as a part of Shaimak Dance Academy, Koramangala branch had been to Kidwai Drug Foundation where there are physically disabled and mentally challenged kids and adults.

From decades, the inmates have been in the Government shelter and have no clue how the world outside looks like!

This day they had no uniform and were dressed in colourful dresses and brightest smiles were visible among each one of them :)

Adding to their happiness, we were 30 of us to entertain them with our performance and also taught them a few cool dance moves which they enjoyed :)

A few of them were quite shy so we personally taught them, held their hands and they seemed to be comfortable.

They may be of my age, yet they don’t desire what I crave for. Such innocent faces, I wonder why God has punished them.

They thanked us for meeting them and keeping them entertained. It was the purest form of gratitude and affection I ever received!

It was this day I decided to stop complaining about life. And I realised how blessed I am and thanked Almighty for showing me this route of serving people in this world.

At the end of the day, it was this thought which kept running in my mind. You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” 
John Bunyan

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